Is Your Organization Eligible for an Ohio Historical Marker?



You've seen the brown metal signs marking historical occasions and locations in your community. Did you know you can get one to celebrate the history of your nonprofit organization or business?

We are opening up a few spots in our 2021-2022 program to help you and your team learn more about the process of earning this recognition.

Join our free webinar to learn which Ohio counties are top priority for the next round of approvals, the steps you need to follow to apply and our tips for success.

Holly Michael from FarmHouse Communications will share the three key places in the application where many organizations make mistakes. And the top two things you need to know once your application is approved.



Case Study:

FarmHouse Communications helped Slifers Presbyterian Church research, apply and earn acceptance as a 2019 Ohio Historical Marker site. We worked with the church to earn proclamations at every level of government--from the Governor, State Senator, State Representative, County Commissioner, local Mayor, and Township Trustees--and hold an unveiling event as part of the church's celebration of their 200th anniversary.





Ohio Historical Markers are granted by Ohio History Connections. FarmHouse Communications makes no guarantee that any application submitted will be granted a marker.